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Main Content Area issue

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  • #5761
    wraith88
    Member

    Bought and installed this template to a friends website over a year ago, but had a bit of an issue with the WordPress Dashboard. In the process of fixing that, I seem to have somehow done something ot the main content areas.

    As you can probably see, the content areas don’t stretch all the way down to the bottom of the created information. The only exception to this is the Homepage (which is controlled through the Layout section).

    As I don’t have a huge amount of knowledge with WordPress themes, I was wondering if there is something simple I am missing or that has been mistakenly changed.

    You can see it for yourself at http://annabelluxford.com.au/?page_id=10

    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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  • #5772
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    What happens if you remove the Twitter widget from your sidebar?

    #5807
    wraith88
    Member

    Jason,

    Thanks for getting back to me.

    Funnily enough, removing the Theme Blvd Twitter Widget from the pane seems to fix it. I seem to be able to place a Text/HTML widget with no issues so it looks like that is the problem.

    Is there a bug with regards to the widget as I believe it came with the template?

    Thanks for your help!

    #5823
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    The problem seems quite evident from looking at your source code because your server simply stopped feeding everything after it passed the title of the Twitter widget.

    You’re currently using the original v1.0.0 version of Akita. You should update to the latest version and I have a feeling your Twitter widget issue will be resolved on your server. The way we were doing it before with the Twitter functionality caused an issue on a very small percentage of server setups.

    http://themeblvd.com/changelog/?theme=akita

    In the future, make sure you make all of your code customizations from a Child theme so you can update more easily.

    https://vimeo.com/41331677

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